The Secret of Kings of Prohibition Wine

Kings of Prohibition Wines is a unique collection of wines crafted by esteemed winemaker Jeremy Nascimben from the Calabria Family in Australia. Each bottle brings to life an infamous ‘bootlegger' with a story to tell and a delicious taste that's sure to please even the pickiest of palates. The is composed of 13.5% , giving it a strong yet smooth flavor.

The Kings of Prohibition Red showcases notes of blackberries and raspberries, with hints of leather and spices. On the palate, it has a clean flavor exhibiting cranberries, roses and a touch of rhubarb. The finish lingers, leaving you with flavors of vanilla and dark cherries. It's so dark, so delicious, and so dangerous!

The 2020 vintage Richland wines from Kings of Prohibition are proudly vegan-friendly and available for purchase through Calabria Family Wines online store. Whether you're looking for something special for an upcoming event or just want to enjoy some great wine at home or with friends, Kings of Prohibition has something for everyone!

So if you're looing for a unique wine experience that will tantalize your taste buds while telling some interesting stories about bootleggers from days past, look no further than Kings of Prohibition!

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Who is the Producer of Kings of Prohibition Wine?

Kings of Prohibition wine is made by Jeremy Nascimben, an esteemed winemaker from the Calabria Family. Jeremy has been crafting wine for the Calabria Family for over 30 years, and his experience and expertise are evident in each bottle of Kings of Prohibition. He works with grapes from some of Australia's most renowned vineyards, carefully blending them together to create unique and flavorful wines that reflect the stories of infamous bootleggers.

Exploring the History of Prohibition Wine

Prohibition wine is an alcoholic that has been made to replicate the taste of the homemade wines popular during the time of the United States' national prohibition of alcohol. It is usually characterized by a deep, robust flavor, with a hint of sweetness and strong notes of spices and dark fruits. This type of wine is known for being full-bodied and haing a smooth finish. The most common types are Red Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah. Prohibition wines are often enjoyed with food or as an after-dinner drink.

The Origins of Prohibition

Prohibition was called such beause it aimed to prohibit the production and consumption of alcohol in the United States. This movement began as a religiously-motivated one, with many early supporters believing that the consumption of alcohol was immoral and dangerous. The 18th Amendment to the Constitution, ratified in 1919, officially made prohibition into law across the entire nation. The intent of this amendment was to reduce crime, poverty, death rates, and improve overall public health by limiting access to alcoholic beverages. Despite these intentions, Prohibition ultimately failed; it created a black market for alcohol and resulted in greater levels of organized crime than before its implementation.

Do Vegans Have Different Responses to Alcohol Consumption?

Yes, vegans and vegetarians may process alcohol differently than people who consume animal products. This is due to the fact that zinc and vitamin B3, which are both essential for the metabolism of alcohol, are maily found in animal products. As such, vegans and vegetarians may lack the adequate amounts of these nutrients needed to properly break down ethanol into acetaldehyde. Without these nutrients, ethanol can remain in the body longer leading to a more severe hangover. Additionally, some studies have suggested that individuals on vegan or vegetarian diets have higher breath alcohol concentrations than those who consume animal products. Therefore, it is important for vegans and vegetarians to supplement their diets with zinc and vitamin B3 if they plan on consuming alcohol.


The Kings of Prohibition Wine is a unique and flavorful wine crafted by the esteemed Calabria Family Winemaker Jeremy Nascimben in Australia. At 13.5% alcohol, this dark and rich features notes of blackberries and raspberries, leather and spices, cranberries, roses and rhubarb, plus lingering flavors of vanilla and dark cherries. The 2020 vintage of this wine is vegan-friendly and can be purchased through the Calabria Family Wines online store. This delicious red is sure to tantalize your taste buds with its bold flavor profile and smooth finish.

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Thomas Ashford

Thomas Ashford is a highly educated brewer with years of experience in the industry. He has a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry and a Master Degree in Brewing Science. He is also BJCP Certified Beer Judge. Tom has worked hard to become one of the most experienced brewers in the industry. He has experience monitoring brewhouse and cellaring operations, coordinating brewhouse projects, and optimizing brewery operations for maximum efficiency. He is also familiar mixology and an experienced sommelier. Tom is an expert organizer of beer festivals, wine tastings, and brewery tours.